Gary RhodesCelebrity chef Gary Rhodes is to host a special dinner at his Michelin-starred restaurant Rhodes 24 in aid of charity Help for Heroes.

Located atop Tower 42 in the City of London, the restaurant will play host to the event on 22 June and offer up to 80 diners the chance to sample Rhodes’s award-winning cooking.

Rhodes hopes to raise £15,000 for Help for Heroes, which supports troops who have been wounded in Britain’s current conflicts.

The five-course menu, which will be paired with wine, will include dishes such as pan fried halibut with seared English asparagus, casserole of peas, broad beans and white asparagus cream; fillet of beef with oxtail cottage pie and buttered baby leeks; and a Rhodes Twenty Four signature pudding plate.

There will also be a silent charity auction, with prizes including lunch for six prepared by the Rhodes 24 team on the roof of the 600ft Tower 42 overlooking London.

Tickets to the one off event are £185 and bookings can be made at or by calling 020 7877 7703.